CLARUS® 700 from ZEISS was designed as a comprehensive ultra-widefield retinal camera for eye care specialists to capture ultra-widefield images in true color, with unsurpassed image quality and a complete suite of modalities including fluorescein angiography. The latest imaging from ZEISS exceeds the limits of insight into the retina – so you can see more, diagnose more and document early signs of disease without obstruction, from one device.
ZEISS CLARUS 700 is the first fundus camera that combines:
- Ultra-wide field of view
- True Color imaging using Broad Line Fundus Imaging Technology
- Exceptional resolution
- Fluorescein Angiography (FA)
- Advanced features
Currently, legacy ultra-widefield imaging systems require you to maintain a traditional high-resolution retinal camera to be able to capture fundus images both of the periphery yet the essential high-defintion and color images of the optic nerve from your traditional device.
CLARUS 700 from ZEISS is the first fundus imaging system that provides True Color and supreme clarity within an ultra-widefield of view – enabling you to capture high-resolution fundus images from the macula to the far periphery, giving you all the information you need from one system.
Powered by Broad Line Fundus Imaging technology the ZEISS CLARUS 700 captures images that closely resemble the coloration of the fundus as it appears under direct clinical observation.
By using a slit to only illuminate a portion of the retina at a time, Broad Line Fundus Imaging technology limits the amount of unwanted scattering and reflections from the eye, thus enabling imaging a wider field than classic fundus cameras, which illuminate the whole field simultaneously. True Color images are generated through sequential illumination by broad spectrum red, green, and blue LEDs (light-emitting diodes).
This white paper explains the Broad Line Fundus Imaging – the technology that powers CLARUS – and its benefits for capturing fundus autofluorescence (FAF) images on the device.
Ultra-widefield fluorescein angiography may help you to identify the more severe forms of diabetic retinopathy earlier and allows for identification of nonproliferation not readily available in color images.
With ZEISS CLARUS 700 high-resolution FA, you can now capture the smallest details in the ONH from early phase to the periphery in late phase of fluorescein angiography.
ZEISS CLARUS 700 combines ultra-widefield imaging with true color, excellent clarity and a complete suite of imaging modalities. Now you can manage all fundus imaging modalities without compromising image quality.
Fluorescein Angiography of a proliferative diabetic retinopathy
Ultra-widefield image of a healthy eye
Red channel separation image reveals the choroid in more detail
Green channel separation image provides excellent contrast of the retina, especially of vasculature and hemorrhages
Blue channel separation image increases visibility of anterior retinal layer
FAF-Blue image of geographic atrophy
FAF-Green image of dry age-related macular degeneration
Healthy external eye image
Stereo image pairs can be captured for stereoscopic evaluation of the fundus.
ZEISS CLARUS 700 has introduced several new features that allow you to focus on what matters most – your patient. Through patented technology, these features using algorithms will maximize your workflow efficiency and decrease chair time.
Quickly see the details in regions of interest by selecting where to optimize focus, without losing the macula focal point.
Spend time analyzing FA images rather than adjusting them. CLARUS 700 automatically optimizes the brightness of image sequence throughout the angiogram, while still preserving the change in signal.
Find the patient’s gaze angle quickly and accurately. CLARUS 700 uses AI to automatically find the optic nerve head and accurately derive the patient’s gaze rather than relying on internal fixation.
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